Yes, you should get all vaccines recommended as part of your country´s national immunization programs. Although vaccine-preventable diseases have become uncommon in many countries – thanks to vaccination - the viruses and bacteria that cause them continue to circulate in some parts of the world. They don’t respect borders and can infect anyone who is not protected.
Vaccination is the best way to stop vaccine-preventable diseases from spreading and reach community immunity – also known as herd immunity - which occurs when enough people become immune to a disease to make its spread unlikely. As a result, the entire community is protected, even those who are not themselves immune. This protects individuals who cannot be vaccinated, like those who are immunocompromised or are very young, because the vaccinated people form a barrier that breaks the chain of transmission before the disease reaches the unvaccinated.
Successful immunization programs, like successful societies, depend on the cooperation of every individual to ensure the good of all.